Tag Archives: Beth Anderson

February 01

Bringing History Home by Beth Anderson

Prudence Cummings Wright of Pepperell, Massachusetts, has inspired her community for nearly 250 years. Her story, handed down through oral history to become part of the written record, is one of home, the courage of action, and consequences of decisions. I found the power of her story in the personal and how that allows us […]

October 05

Seeing Goodness by Beth Anderson

I grew up in “The Land of Lincoln.” As a child, I learned about Lincoln in school, visited Lincoln sites on vacations, and read about him. My dad, tall and thin with dark hair, reminded me a bit of the sixteenth President. It seems like Abraham Lincoln always had a place in my heart. Now, […]